This stunning debut novel is about many things; family, loneliness, poverty, technology, substance abuse, and violence, but mostly it is about the lives of the urban American Indian, a group so underrepresented in media it almost feels like most people didn’t even think they existed. The sprawling cast of characters in this book have all […]
Only 6 of this week’s new books make the list, but what an exciting 6 they are!
We are thrilled to have author Erik Larson joining us at the library for a chat about his books this Wednesday night! We’ve long been fans of his work and have collected our reviews of 3 of his titles here to help you get ready for his appearance!
In 1845 the Franklin Expedition headed towards Canada in search of the Northwest Passage, they didn’t find it and only 1 of the 2 boats was ever found many years later, underwater. In this novel, Dan Simmons speculates about the fates of the real men who undertook the journey and what they likely suffered through while trapped in the ice.
Summer’s biggest holiday has passed, so now that the fireworks displays are all over, and we will have significantly fewer barbecues to attend, we should all have a lot more time to read. Lucky for us this is a particularly busy week for new books.
As a result of the 4th of July falling right in the middle of it, there aren’t too many new books coming out this week. We do have 5 exciting suspense and historical fiction novels to help keep you reading while you’re waiting for the barbecue to start.
The Summer always sees a lot of great books being released to keep everyone entertained while they lay out enjoying the warm weather and abundant sunshine, and this one continues to be no exception.